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I'm in New York until Sunday, but there's so much happening back home over the next week that I (almost) can't wait to get...
Imelda Staunton in Gypsy at Chichester Festival Theatre in 2014. Photo: Johan Persson

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John Byrne. Photo: Catherine Usher

YOUR PROBLEM: I’ve always been a grafter and, although my parents helped as much as they could, I had to do a lot of...

The Welsh Government and the Arts Council of Wales have launched a five-year plan that aims to improve creative learning in schools and increase...

A question. If you were sitting in the Swan Theatre, say, watching a classic play, would you get out your smart phone or your...

And for our next act... The Magical Military Junta... Will make 30,000 people disappear before your very eyes. During the 70s and 80s, Argentina was locked in...
West End Producer. Photo: Matt Crockett

@westendproducer @TheStage I've been out of the business for a while, how do I go about restarting my career? — Lee Brown (@leebrown2) February 23,...

Following the separation from Arthur Miller and the critical mauling of the movie The Misfits, Marilyn Monroe is placed on suicide watch at the...

Farinelli and the King, starring Mark Rylance, will transfer to the West End following its run at Shakespeare’s Globe. Claire van Kampen’s play will run...

It’s rare that you get to see theatre noir; for some reason the stage shies away from this cynically and sexually potent genre, so...

The Tabard’s likeable revival of Alan Ayckbourn’s 44th play shows up the more melancholy aspects of this farce that takes place around a fateful...

This is widely considered to be the Middleton’s most masterful comedy. It was first performed at the Swan Theatre in the mid-17th century. Now,...

Larry David debuts on Broadway in Fish in the Dark As you see this, it will have only been hours since the press rendered its...
Louise Chantal, chief executive, Oxford Playhouse. Photo: Geraint Lewis

The Oxford Playhouse is launching a playwriting scheme designed to nurture writers from primary school to professional level. Called the Playhouse Playmaker programme, it is...